Neil Young is gearing up to release an archival live album, “Songs For Judy.” The 22-song record will feature acoustic performances from his 1976 United States tour.
This is the first official release of the tracks from his solo shows as well as concerts with Crazy Horse, although they’ve long been discussed by hardcore Young fans. Along with some rare tracks, some live renditions of his classics like “Heart Of Gold,” “After The Gold Rush” and “The Needle and the Damage Done” will be featured on the upcoming live album. Ahead of the release, Young is giving fans a preview with the first single, a version of “Campaigner” recorded during his show at Boston’s Music Hall on November 22nd, 1976.
“Songs For Judy” is due for release on November 30th in CD and digital formats and December 14th on vinyl. Fans can pre-order the archival live album HERE.
Source: Rolling Stone